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and lightning and ventilation. >>> so check it out. nature and technology coming together to sniff out danger underground. how bees could detect land mines and save lives. douglas kennedy has the story live in new york city now. douglas. >> reporter: land mines kill or injure 10,000 people each year. that is 10,000. and now there seems to be a solution that is creating buzz among the survivors. >> i was in the front seat and legged angled to right and my feet was detried. >> reporter: ken rutherford was on a humidity mission in somalia when his jeep ran over a land mine. leaving him without the use of both legs. since you were wounded over throw hundred thousand people killed or injured by land mines. >> you are right. land mines killed more people than chemical and biological and nuclear weapons combined. >> reporter: the united nation estimate 110 million land mines. how to detect them without detonating a hair-trigger. >> they have an exquestionsit sense of smell. >> reporter: jerry believes that the solution is using something that is lighter than a hair. namely a honeybee. >> you hav
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share, and as i noted at the top, there has been extraordinary change, technological change in the last 10 or 20 years and certainly in the last ten or so years since 9/11, that has affected i mean, the whole world in the way that we transmit and gather information. and that includes, that has brought about changes in the way and developments in the way that we gaerth intelligence and changes in the way that those in the world want to do harm to americans and their allies operate. that has meant we have had to adapt. as we have adapted and as we adapt, we need to make sure as the president is insisting that we keep a balance that protects our security and takes into account our real privacy concerns. >> sir, revelations of this eavesdropping, have caused damage with our allies, when would you expect the reviews that you talk about to be done and would you expect them to do scalling back of phone conversations of our friends? >> the entire review that is led by the white house will be completed by the end of the year, there are other efforts under way by the review group on intelligence
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months to get a hip or cardial stint. technology is jeopardized by insurance. all of this talk about insurance and insurance, it gets away from the basic fact that medicine occurs between a doctor and a patient. it does not involve insurance. insurance gets in the way of good quality care. >> doctor, you have sounded the alarm for many years. >> we are seeing the fallout from it now. >> thank you. we are waiting a key decision from the fed that could affect what you are paying for a house and a car. >> and republicans saying they are stone walled. and on access to the american security agents that were on the ground in benghazi. questions about why the terrorist behind the attack are not on a key most wanted list. >> and a republican kelly a yot will join us next. x tylenol? what's the catch? there's no catch. you want me to give up my two aleve for six tylenol? no. for my knee pain, nothing beats my aleve. but it doesn't usually work that way with health care. with unitedhealthcare, i get information on quality rated doctors, treatment options and cost estimates, so we can ke better
change. here is a relevant quote. while there will be no single technological silver bullet the time has come for those who take the threat of global warming seriously to embrace the development and deployment of safer nuclear power systems as one among several technologies that will be essential to any credible effort to develop an energy system that does not rely on using the atmosphere as a waste dump. remember this summer in a 45-minute long speech on climate change at georgetown, president obama only briefly touched on nuclear power. >> we are building the first nuclear power plants in more than three decades in georgia and south carolina. for the first time in 18 years america is poised to produce more of our own oil than we buy from other nations. >> a big part of the reason nuclear power doesn't have more support among politicians in dc, their constituents may be concerned. >> if we have a coal mining accident which is awful, it doesn't shutdown the coal industrial. we have had oil spills that did not shutdown the oil industry, as awful as they have been. but nuclear is fragile t
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